Our Mission is Sustainability

Our commitment is to make space the gateway to a more resilient Earth.

As we enter a new era of space exploration, research, and development, our environmental focus doesn’t stop at the Karman Line.

There are over 180 launch vehicle companies trying to get things off the Earth and currently only two ways to get things back

Satellite operations have grown exponentially with >5,000 active satellites in 2021

When all the mega-constellations in the works come online, the rate of satellite replenishment will require about 29,000 satellites to be de-orbited every year. 

This equals 15 metric tons of satellites being burned in our atmosphere every single day. 

The typical satellite today serves a 3-5 year mission before de-orbit, but 80% of the satellite still has 15-20 years of capable mission life.

How Can Returnable Satellites Make Space More Sustainable?

As satellites reach the end of their useful lifespan, they accumulate as space debris and ultimately burn up in our atmosphere with mostly unknown effects.

By returning satellites, we can preserve Earth's atmosphere by reducing space debris, recycling materials and increasing the scale and speed of environmental research.

Our activities in space have a direct impact on Earth. We must transition away from the disposable mindset to create a more sustainable future in space operations.

Our Space Ecosystem

Single Ferry
Multiple Ferries

An affordable, returnable satellite to bring precious resources, data, and debris back to Earth.

Using our Ferries, we can capture and return non-functional satellites or other space debris.

Ferry Fleet

A fleet of returnable Ferries to enable satellite constellations that no longer need to burn up in our atmostphere.

Recycle Our Ferries

Ferries can be flown again and again, creating a new future in satellite operations with the world's first reusable satellite.